|Mark Andrew (#46818298)|
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I am a retired Building and Environmental Consultant and live in Halifax, Yorkshire, England.|
I was born in a village in the East Riding of Yorkshire and had 3 older brothers in WW2, one a Sgt Pilot of a Hurricane was killed in the Battle of Britain, another taken POW in Greece and spent the rest of the war in Germany.
So I am particularly interested in those who served in wars.
I am a member of The Crimean War Research Society and will add names to my Virtual section.
I worked in Ireland, Kenya, Uganda [ married there ] and Rhodesia [ now Zimbabwe ] and visited for work, Sudan and Baghdad [ New Airport ]
I have been involved in Scouting, Britain & Yorkshire/Cumbria in Bloom and Keep Britain Tidy.
Have travelled to Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, South Africa, Nambia and a good few times to the USA
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|Woose||Pvt Arthur Waller - Bayeux cemetery|
I believe you requested a photo of this headstone last year. I visited Bayeux last September and duly took the photo but unfortunately unforeseen circumstances on my return have prevented me from adding them to Find a Grave until now.
I see a photo has been taken for you but I hope you don't mind that I have added mine.
It seems a shame for you not to have a copy.
Added by Woose on Jan 31, 2014 4:08 PM
Hi Mark, thank you for commemorating this trooper, who I believe is a possible ancestor of mine.
My research so far shows the family at that time coming up to Worcestershire from Gloucestershire, then on to Liverpool. I believe that George was a baker by trade, and moved to London before joining the 11th Hussars.
However, the name here on memorial 58963303 is actually written as WOOTTON, not WOOTTEN the latter being the correct and quite distinctive spelling that has encouraged my research.
The "O" misspelling thing is something we "E"s have had to get used to, although my wife still finds it a challenge to spell our surname every time when booking hotels etc!
Please could you look into this for me.
thanks, and keep up the good work.
|Philip Holliday||Algernon Holliday 13th Dragoons|
Hi there Mark,
Thank you for maintaining memorial 58980068. I have made a few additions from my own research. Trust these are ok with you.
|EHL||Matthew Hughes VC|
Thought you might be interested in this memorial.
Added by EHL on Sep 29, 2013 8:41 PM
Hope you do not mind but I have posted a Pic of John Marmaduke Strother, onto his memorial.
Also I have noticed your interest in Crimean veterans. Please note 59713737.
I also have 5 Veterans from the Crimean War, died in Leeds.
Once I create the memorials I Will pass them over to you.
Added by EHL on Sep 29, 2013 8:18 PM
I read with interest your comments on the two Sipling brothers sadly killed in WW1. Whilst my own research into the Neall family led me to the same conclusion I do hope that you will not mind me pointing out a minor error in your additional information published on Find A Grave.
The mother of the two soldiers was indeed Ellen Neall the daughter of George and Damaris Neall, however she was in born in Brigg, Lincolnshire in about 1862 and not Yorkshire.
She can be followed through the census returns up until her marriage to Francis Sipling on 2 March 1880 but with a little difficulty due to the variations in the spelling of the families surname.
Added by Mo on Nov 22, 2012 3:17 AM
|sleuthesthedead||Mary Ball Riverside Cemetery Fargo ND|
I found the Ball family plot in Southpark Section A instead of Block 1 where the office had told me they were located - I've added photos
|wertypop||Sgt Ronald David Baker Find A Grave Memorial# 91429531|
Ive listed Sgt Baker who fought in BoB
Added by wertypop on Jun 06, 2012 1:18 AM
|David Baird||Emma Ethel Steadman (Jones)|
Mr. Andrews, I am working on my wives family tree and I added a memorial for Emma Ethel Steadman maiden name Jones. To the Heckmondwyke Cemetery. After I posted the memorial I went to request a photo of her head stone and any other members of her family. There was no place to request it on find a grave. I am hoping you can help me out by getting those photos or know of someone who lives nearby that could do it. I believe her Parents fred Thomas Jones and Phoebe Jones maiden name Styles is also buried there.
Any assistance from you, I would be very grateful.
|International Wargraves Photography Project||Ellyards|
I received three SACs from you with the above surname but no other communication.
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